Thursday, July 23rd 2015

EK Announces CoolStream CE Series Radiators

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is excited to introduce the new high-performance computer liquid cooling radiators EK-CoolStream CE. EK-CoolStream CE family radiators combine EK's unique CSQ design with latest radiator core engine. Built for nearly released EK-Vardar 140mm high static pressure fans, these radiators are optimized for maximum heat dissipation across an entire fan operational range, thus delivering exceptional performance at both low- and high airflow operation.

EK assured quality level, optimal price-performance ratio and unique minimalistic design make these EK-CoolStream CE series radiators a perfect choice for any computer liquid cooled system. The radiator offers best cooling capacity in the 45mm thick 140mm radiator class. Dual stack copper fins provide massive surface area while the parallel flow cooling chambers reduce hydraulic flow resistance to minimum. All radiators allow for push-pull fan installation to even further increase the cooling performance.
"Our superior core design is a result of complex Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis", said Niko Tivadar, EK's Chief of R&D. "Such approach allows us to design a radiator which utilizes our flagship Vardar series fan to the maximum".

This product features two recessed G1/4 threaded ports with two pre-installed extenders from the front side to allow any G1/4 threaded fitting to be used.

The upcoming EK-Vardar 140mm series fans will be available in the first half of August 2015.
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3 Comments on EK Announces CoolStream CE Series Radiators

#1
Vicious2500
To start the 3rd sentence you wrote "nearly" instead of "newly." I'll keep my eye out on these looking to start my own custom loop to cool my gpu.
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#2
Overclocker_2001
high fpi count ( due to optimized for high static pressure fan ) = meh!
even AIO are good with 2000+rpm fan!
what custom liquid cooler wants is high performance rad with 7-14fpi so also a 800rpm fan could heat down the rad.. and for best performance can opt for a 1200-1400rpm and no more...

silence please!

fu! the high fpi rad and 1600+ rpm fan!
( don't tell me noctua 2000rpm fan create less noise than a 5€ 1200rpm fan.. please! )
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#3
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Overclocker_2001high fpi count ( due to optimized for high static pressure fan ) = meh!
even AIO are good with 2000+rpm fan!
what custom liquid cooler wants is high performance rad with 7-14fpi so also a 800rpm fan could heat down the rad.. and for best performance can opt for a 1200-1400rpm and no more...

silence please!

fu! the high fpi rad and 1600+ rpm fan!
( don't tell me noctua 2000rpm fan create less noise than a 5€ 1200rpm fan.. please! )
Thermaltake Riing 12 fans are pretty interesting untis,
Replace my old stock Water's 3.0 Pro fans with riing 12 fans... despite they claim to be less efficent compared to the noisy stock fans they really perform the same, also the riing 12 fans even when connected to direct power with the molex adapter still are silent...
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